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Feb 28, 2011 7:00pm EST
in class. st. george is part of the old catholic church of the americas. it broke away from the vatican in 1870 and that church welcomes gay priests and married priests. so, should this priest have had his contract dropped? he done nothing wrong by the standards of his church, but the roman catholic church has standard rules. shouldn't he have known better? you tell me. >> i am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation. >> in six months, washington and the entire nation will witness the unveiling of the first unveiling on the national mall. the martin luther king, jr. memorial will make history. like many historical moments did not have to turn out this way. join us every monday for dr. martin luther king, jr., a monumental -- to kick things off with a series preview. ♪ [ music ] >> he was a scholar, civil rights icon, a martyr to an american dream. this memorial to dr. martin luther king, jr., may never have happened if he wasn't one more thing, a member of the alph a
Mar 3, 2011 7:00pm EST
. >>> america's favorite sport is still in business. at least for one more day. nfl and players' union agreeing this afternoon to a 24-hour extension of the current collective bargaining agreement meaning the negotiations will go on. sports director brett haber has been following this story all day live at union headquarters. for all the nail biting and last minute talks going on. brett. >> reporter: hard to imagine they wouldn't have found a way to keep this $9 billion golden goose that is the nfl alive and so they are working on it. they have given themselves as you said 24 extra hours. we were staring a lockout and decertification right in the face today but as of tonight they have one more day. >> reporter: the nuclear option would have been for the owners to declare a lockout for the unions to de certify. a little while ago the two sides agreed to stop the clock for 24 hours before the cba expired tonight giving both sides one extra day to negotiate. >> we appreciate your patience as we work through this. we are going to keep working. we want to play football. >> reporter: as the
Mar 28, 2011 7:00pm EDT
reassure the nation that this country will not be there for long and it was in america's interest to act. libyan rebels are pushing west to the last government stronghold outside tripoli. but critics are questioning america's involvement and they want to know how long the u.s. will stay. >> our involvement there is going to be limited, both in time and in scope. >> it's fair to ask what is the role of our military and military alliance in providing support to an opposition that we are only now beginning to understand? >> president obama's address to the nation is expected to start around 7:30 tonight and you can watch it live here on 9news now. >> maybe you are expecting somebody who is out there on the road. monica fills us in with time saver traffic. monica, are they stuck somewhere? >> this is the first time all evening we had the green light. so i think everyone should be on time. we'll take a look and show you what it looks like on 270 on the northbound side. look at that. cleared out up from the spur all the way into frederick. your lanes are open. i'm going to take you over to a m
Mar 31, 2011 7:00pm EDT
transportation for america says motorists should not worry about this saying bridges are not necessarily unsafe. however the group does say this designation is a warning sign. >>> would flying the skies would be a lot friendlier if there was no chance a kid would be sitting near you? one airline thinks so. they are about to give flights child free trips. we will let you know which ones. first, as the impending government shutdown gets even closer another budget battle emerges. why it is poised to be even worse than the current one. >>> could there be a compromise on cutting the federal budget? that's the word from house speaker john baynor. the government will have to close up shop if it doesn't happen in eight days. negotiations hinge on a package of cuts. sniping going on across the political aisle as leaders from both parties blame each other for stalling any final decision. >> we promise the american people that we would fight to cut spending and that's what we are doing. >> as i have said all along this isn't just about dollars an deficits, mr. president, it is about principles and
Mar 4, 2011 7:00pm EST
. >>> what do you think about this whole dispute that looks to sideline america's favorite game. who is right? who is wrong? do you even care as long as they keep playing football. e-mail me at >>> some local college students bringing new meaning to a phrase the life of the party. >>> first, a david and goliath tail of online piracy. why one woman feels she is being railroaded by a movie director a whole world away. >>> 9traffic now is brought to you by geico. >>> a local woman is calling it a copyright scam. she is accused of stealing a movie from a man that is bubbed the world's worst director saying he shared a movie far cry and she says she has never heard of that movie, never seen it, never downloaded the software you would need to share it. >> it just seems like a business model for him to reap some type of monetary reward off a movie that didn't do well in the box office. >> neil, in fact, ignored the first letter demanding $1500 in settlements figuring it was some kind of internet common then she got a letter seeking 30,000 for failing to show up for a court d
Mar 7, 2011 7:00pm EST
reminder of dr. king's powerful message, presence, and his vision for a better america. reverend walter worked in march side-by-side with dr. king. blackball ♪ [ music ] >> all that i am and all that i hope to be. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: while he was a student at virginia union university in richmond, he met the 22-year-old martin luther king jr. an all-night discussion, which lead to a lasting friendship. >> martin luther king jr. was an extraordinary person. he was not only mature beyond his years at 25, 26 years of age, but he was spiritually mature. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: the relationship shaped this man to become king's dc bureau chief of sclc. walked arm and arm with king, and eventually got into politics. >> from the day i met him i understood that god had planned it for this generation, our generation to lead the world. >> reporter: for 50 years he shepherd the memories. he was the first non-voting delegate to congress from dc. and in 1972 he won a democratic presidential primary. formlating his commitment to community service. on thanksgiving eve in 1984, he launched t
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